Romantic Europe meets NYC: the ROBERT GELLER thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by pickpackpockpuck, Jan 1, 2012.

  1. kubrick555

    kubrick555 Senior member

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    Kind of regret not getting these. I copped the studded ones from the sample sale + the moto gloves from ssense, so ya know...
     
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  2. melonadejello

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    Fok wasn't kidding about the size though. I have to work at it a bit to get my hands in even though the two middle fingers are a little long. But i dont think that will be hard to fix

    Makes me wonder if the runway ones are different than the ones at Assembly, they look don't look like they'd fit me
     
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  3. keanswon

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    I was pretty bummed about missing out on the studded ones, but from what I've been hearing those would've been large on me anyway. But yea, the polka dotted/striped ones are definitely on the smaller side (at least these samples are).
     


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    melonadejello, if you one day decide they are too small, let me know ;)
     


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    guys, id like to buy a geller item through barneys and send it to a friend in US. however theyre not accepting my card. would anyone here be willing to purchase for me and send it to my friendĀ“s house? id could even transfer something (you wouldnt need to receive nor ship it)
     
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    copped black sweats and crewneck, need to get back to my jersey velour suit days
     


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    how do you guys size? TTS or size up?
     


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    I sized up but I'm after a longer fit.

    From a couple weeks ago:
     
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    deciding between an M and an L for the tanktops, also going for the longer/layering fit. for reference I am about 6'0. any advice?
     


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    size up.

    got a few things, thanks hoodyear.
     


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    These hats really look of late 50's. Do they really exist in trend ?
     


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    I believe the time period for this collection's inspiration was the 1920's.
    I don't know where that hat fits in.

    I'd be really curious to know what type of hat that's based off of . . .
     


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